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Reducing Render Times in Avid

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There is nothing worse than sitting around watching your computer work while you do nothing until it is done. Well, as we become more complex with our amount of layers and the detail of effects we can now perform our rendering times become longer and longer. With deadlines to meet and no extra time to spare cutting render times is a huge benefit to us all. One of the most common mistakes is to do a straight render from "in to out." This may be the fastest way for an editor to describe which effects to render, but the amount of render time will offset that. Selective rendering may require more effort up front, but your efforts will be rewarded with lower render times and less consumption of hard disk space with unused precomputes. But to really get a grasp of how to cut your render times check out this Tips and Tricks to see many different ways you can speed up your render times!

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